Kohaku Spectrum 29-year Vintage Set (500 Set Limited Edition)

Seller: Takumi Sosei
Producer: Narimasa Sake Brewery
ID: 145
Beautiful to the eye and palette, the Kohaku Spectrum of sake displays a quality of sake you have to see to believe.
¥ 16,500
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"Kohaku" refers to the beautiful golden color in which the sake shines, but aging brings about surprising variety among individual sake. This product features sake specially chosen for their beautiful color and distinct flavor profiles. (1999 Narimasa / Narimasa brewery) 15% alcohol by volume. Characterized by its light taste with a gorgeous aroma of honey and black tea that compliment its mellow sweetness and slight bitterness. (1999 Fukumitsuya / Fukumitsuya brewery) 15% alcohol by volume. A balance of sweetness and acid like apricot jam enhances mellow notes of caramel and a spicy finish. (2004 Kitanosho / Kitanosho) 16.5% alcohol by volume. Aged at a low temperature for 15 years, mellow aromas of cardamom and pear. (2010 Tatsuriki / Honda shoten) 17% alcohol by volume. Carefully brewed with intention, this sake boasts the wonderfully sweet scent of rich, ripe figs. (1993 Umenishiki / Umenishikiyamakawa Brewery) 18% alcohol by volume. The 20 year aging process has expressed the aroma of fragrant nuts and well-ripened peaches to create a dry liquor with a sherry-like flavor.
Dietary Restrictions
  • Gluten-free
  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian
  • Pescetarian
Technical Details
  • Product weight: 2240 gr
  • Product height: 7 cm
  • Product width: 21 cm
  • Product length: 41 cm
DISCLAIMER: Please be aware the common allergens and dietary restrictions listed here are directly translated from the product’s packaging and information from the seller. We cannot guarantee the presence or lack of certain allergens/animal products in the products. Please use caution for any personal health concerns when consuming these products at your own risk.
Kohaku Spectrum 29-year Vintage Set (500 Set Limited Edition) is produced in Toyama prefecture.
Narimasa Sake Brewery
Toyama Prefecture
"Ji no sake" means "local sake" in Japanese. Sake can only adopt this name when it is created with local water, local rice, and by local people.
The farmers who grow high-quality sake rice, members of the "Narimasa Trust Ginjo-no-Kai", Narimasa's sake dealers, restaurants that serve Narimasa to their customers, and you, those customers who love and drink Narimasa, make up the heart of this sake and business. This is how local sake should be as the brewers at Narimasa see it.